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Case also involved "massive fraud" in Tucson, according to Department of Justice.

  • The Associated Press

Michael John Veit, the former chief procurement officer for the state's Medicaid program, admitted stealing $5.9 million from it.

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Hodgin & Co. was sued by the state in February for allegedly failing to provide promised foreclosure assistance.

Man was charged with 31 fraud-related felonies.

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A federal judge sentenced him for trying to defraud the IRS of $651,500.

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FBI warns companies of hacked emails impersonating CEOs directing staff to send wire transfers.

  • Arizona Daily Star

A shareholders' lawsuit had alleged that Accelerate Diagnostics misrepresented how its pathogen-detection system works.

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  • By Patrick O’Connor Arizona Daily Star

Software to track suspicious behavior could be used for fraud detection.

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RV consignment businesses defrauded customers of $400,000-plus, says attorney general (shown in photo).

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Letters on "greatest generation", First Tee program, donors beware, remembering WWI soldiers. 

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Charges stem from operations at student-run meat store.

A traffic stop led to the arrest of two suspects in mail theft and fraud. 

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New report: Tucson area ranks 64th for most identity theft complaints.

Woman stole credit cards, cash from La Paloma and the country club.

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Readers sound off on prison spending plan, city pension problem, troubled veterans.

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  • By David Wichner Arizona Daily Star

Investment in software company was unregistered and misrepresented, state says.

  • Arizona Daily Star

Police said the man is wanted in connection with fraud at Circle K, Whataburger, Burger King and the TNT Fashion store.

  • Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Herbert Oxnam will continue to get his $5,019 monthly retirement check.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Report: Employee paid co-workers to call in sick so he could get overtime.

  • Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

Paramedic would pay co-workers to call in sick so he could work overtime.